Our designer Anthony Cozzi, aka Snowblinded, cooked up this haute t-shirt for the label, now available online. $22 for US orders, shipping included. American Apparel.
I don’t actually know what CMYK is (it’s some design term for something to do with colors, right?), I just think some of these shirts look cool. This one is super limited edition, I think there’s only like 14 shirts left. Be unique at Plastic Sound Supply.
Just got an email from Andy about his clothing line AndyMonsters (wonder where the name came from?). He’s released two new designs that give 100% (thats alot more than usual) of the proceeds to charity.
I’m trying to raise money for two causes. One is the Water Project which builds wells to provide clean drinking water in third world countries. The other is Smile Train which performs surgeries for children born with cleft palates. Philanthropy is a huge part of our line and was hoping you could help raise awareness on the issues.
All the designs are really unique and well done. He’s based them all on Teddy Monsters instead of Teddy Bears.
Use the code “summer” for 15% off your order. T-Shirts run about $25-28 and are on what looks to be American Apparel. Check them out at AndyMonsters.
It’s been awhile between posts again, I’m still trying to remedy the huge wait. But, I had to stop in today because I really like this new one from Uneetee. It’s available in both silver and white, but the silver is definitely my favorite. The reason I like it? One samurai is pretty B.A., but two samurai (samurais?) is just over the top.
So I guess I failed at that whole daily posting thing, but I figure this is still better than the previous 2+ weeks of silence. I’ll slowly get back into it (I think). Also, if you emailed me and I never responded, I apologize, I have tons of email and it’s hard to sort through all of it.
Enough with the housekeeping’ish stuff, lets get on to today’s shirt. I’m not gonna lie, this shirt is pretty BA. Star Wars, and especially Chewy, kick some major ass, and by having just the huge, simple print on the front, this shirt really captures that. They also have other Star Wars characters, but Chewy is by far the best.
Pick it up for $25 at Chop Shop.
I couldn’t get good product pictures because of flash, so you’ll have to check them out on the site.
Shikisai shirts are awesome. They “explore the alternative possibilities of t-shirt design, through the use of black print on white surface”. This is essentially a fancy way of saying they make really cool shirts. Check it out for yourself:
A bath plug with an actual chain hanging down the front.
Venetian blinds with an actual cord (that when pulled makes the blinds go up).
I’m not sure if I would actually wear these, as wearing a chain on my chest all day might get uncomfortable, but it’s still an incredibly awesome concept.
Heard about these from tcritic.
Rock a giant beard without vesting any time in one. And while you’re at it, why don’t you add a second pair of everything on your face. Make sure your girlfriend knows which mouth is yours.
There are entire lines dedicated to mustaches and cupcakes, so why not a shirt with a beard? Get it for $36.00 at Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. It’s printed on the most comfortable shirt ever, American Apparel tri-blend.
It’s simple, but a hilarious design nonetheless. If you don’t know what this is about, then you don’t spend enough time on Youtube (probably a good thing actually). However, here’s the video it’s based on so everyone can get a refresher.
Name: Cebu Thriller Dance Team
T-Shirt Type: American Apparel
Price: $18.00 (Free US Shipping)
Where to Buy: Spitefuls
Kindred was kind enough to send me this (and one other) shirt to be reviewed. Kindred is one of my favorite stores out there, so I recommend everyone check them out.
They print all their shirts on American Apparel, which is a big boost in my opinion. The shirts and very comfortable and made in the USA to boot.
As for the design, I really like it (which makes sense, given that I picked it). I’m assuming its based on Planet of the Apes, but irregardless, there’s just something about the design that makes me laugh.Â I guess I’m just a sucker for these type of designs. Also, Kindred uses quite nice printing techniques, as the actual print is very soft and hardly (if at all) noticeable.